The Life of Wesley: And Rise and Progress of Methodism

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Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1846
 

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He longs for retirement
38
SAMPSON STANIFORTH
44
John becomes acquainted with William Law
50
GEORGE STORY
51
John is urged to apply for the succession to his fathers
57
Provision for the laypreachers
60
Death of Samuel Wesley the father
63
Ill management of the school
67
Spiritual death or the death of the soul a consequence
75
Revelation a perpetual thing
81
Chain of beings
88
Wesleys perfect charity
94
Circuits
101
Early preaching
107
Lovefeasts
113
Methodism in Wales
120
Whitefield officiates in London with success
121
Wesley exhorts Whitefield not to pursue
123
His success in Scotland
126
Wesley arrives in London as soon as Whitefield leaves it
130
Scene at Cambuslang
134
Wesley writes to Mr Law reproaching him for not having
136
His opinion of John Knox
141
Wesleys conversion
142
Methodism in Ireland
147
Whitefields excess of devotion at Oxford
148
The Methodists are nicknamed Swaddlers
153
Count Zinzendorf
156
Zinzendorf banished
160
Wesley proceeds to Herrnhut
166
Wesley hears Christian David preach
174
Wesley in middle age
180
Wesleys sermon upon Free Grace
182
Their separation
186
Charles Wesleys second interview
188
James Wheatley
192
Lovefeasts in Fetter Lane
195
Excesses at Everton
199
Wesley at Bristol
207
Thomas Olivers 507
211
Correspondence with his brother Samuel
213
George Bell
215
Wesleys Primitive Physic
221
Conversion of John Maxfield
222
He entangled himself in contradictions 512
226
He preaches in Moorfields during the Whitsunholydays
227
Whitefield in Moorfields
228
The sequestered Clergy
273
Want of zeal
279
CHAP XXVII
280
Ignorance of the lower orders
285
VOL I
289
Changes his tone and censures the Moravians
294
His letters of ordination
299
Foundation of Cokesbury College
305
Whitefield differs from Wesley concerning predestination
311
Whitefield assumes a tone of superiority
317
John Baxter
323
Copies of his letters distributed at the Foundry
325
His second voyage to the West Indies
329
Finds his popularity diminished
332
Methodists become unpopular in the Islands
336
Steps towards schism
338
Settlement of the Conference
342
Fieldpreaching
344
John Nelson
350
Wesley visits him at Birstall
359
State of Methodism
366
Philip Henrys opinion concerning the exact time of con
368
His sister Wright
378
Wesley in old age
383
Offence taken at the extravagance of the Methodists
384
His controversy with the Roman Catholics
389
Outrages at Wednesbury
390
Wesleys extraordinary health in old age
397
Nelsons enthusiasm and courage
398
State of the Connection at his death
403
Charles Wesley in danger at Devizes
404
Chanceconverts
410
Wesleys love of the poor
418
Wesleys laycoadjutors
425
Defends them from the charge of being ignorant
432
Physic practised by the Clergy in former times
439
Original Accounts of the Disturbances by Jeffery at
445
Wesleys separation from his wife 529 529
461
Thomas à Kempis
471
Baptism by Immersion
477
Comenius
480
Thomas Haliburton
486
Means for assisting poor scholars diminished
495
Charges against the Moravians
502
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